New sculptures in parks  created using old tree trunks

New sculptures in parks created using old tree trunks

SCULPTURES that have been created using old tree trunks were recently added to Tymon Park, with the intricately detailed pieces becoming a focal point for many park visitors.

The wood carvings were created by a staff member on South Dublin Council’s public realm team, who asked to remain anonymous.

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One of the sculptures in Tymon Park

The two new additions that were added to the park last week brings the total number of wood sculptures in Tymon Park to 11.

There are also a number of carved wooden sculptures in Corkagh Park in Clondalkin.

A council spokesperson told The Echo: “This initiative provides focal points of interest around the park and upcycles old tree trunks.

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“At present there are 11 sculptures dotted around Tymon Park and there are also some carved sculptures in Corkagh Park, the sculptures have been carved and installed over the last few years.”

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